Kalonzo announces change of name

Change of strategy.

Kalonzo, who was speaking during the Kamba Unity Forum in Machakos County on Sunday, stated that the rebranding would help embrace all Kenyans and penetrate different parts of the country.“There is need to rebrand our party to be able to compete with others at national level. One Kenya means one people and we will embrace all as we seek the presidency of this country,” he said.The former VP, who has backed NASA leader Raila Odinga in the last two elections, mentioned that it was time he went for the top seat.

Wrangles in NASAThe meeting comes amid wrangles in NASA with co-principals Moses Wetangula, Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonoz accusing Odinga of betrayal.This is after the NASA leader met president Uhuru Kenyatta and agreed to work together for the sake of unity in the country.

The rest of the co-principals were sidelined and have now demanded to meet the Head of State. On the other hand, Wetangula and Mudavadi have declared that they will merge ANC and FORD - Kenya so that they can unite the Mulembe nation.

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